Ahah.... ahahahahaa oh no. I do have some really old comics I made in my teens... but they're bad. They are SO BAD...
I really liked RPGworld (an old comic made by Ian JQ who later went to work on Steven Universe and stuff), so I made my own... absolutely terrible comic about characters who are an RPG party going on an adventure. This is from around.... I think 2002 or so? So I was about 16/17, I think (give me the benefit of understanding that back then, living in a rural area and with the internet being so new, I didn't have access to the wealth of tutorials or community support young artists can get now. Hell, I couldn't even get manga unless I took a trip to the nearest city, about 50 miles away! So I was basically just trying to work everything out.
A couple of years later, here's some early Fan Dan Go, and the first comic with Rekki and Subo in! It doesn't look amazing, but you can see the big improvement, which mainly came from the discovery of the Sweatdrop community of UK based manga artists and access to more manga to read and learn from.
AND NOW... Fifteen years of people hitting monsters, monsters hitting people and people hitting people...
I rebooted Fan Dan Go in 2005... (past me, what the hell is that panel layout? Oh my god.) with this weird mixture of copic markers and digital colour. As is becoming apparent as we go, Rekki has always been an absolute fashion disaster.
A few years later, I got to the finals of Tokyopop's UK and Ireland Rising Stars of Manga with this comic called "Fell" when I was about 23:
Then I rebooted Fan Dan Go again in 2008... (just... can't let go, huh?). Wow, baby started digital inking! applause
Then I took an extended break from comics, because the 08 financial crash really hit the industry hard. I went off to do an MA in games design, worked on about 11 or 12 published games and a bunch of unpublished ones... and so we get to the reboot of Fan Dan Go (can't keep away, just can't!), Errant!
So that's the story so far!